A man was left shell shocked after receiving a $28,000 bill for one night out at a club, according to a lawsuit filed in court.
The New York City man did not keep his eye on the bottom line while sipping away at the Hustler Club owned by Larry Flynt, and found out later that he was on the hook for a $28,000 bar bill.
The lawsuit filed by William Ilg, claiming that he was fraudulently charged that night, is a bust, too.
Manhattan Supreme Court Judge Manuel Mendez, dismissed the suit that claimed that Ilg was served too many drinks, leaving him "no longer capable of conducting financial transactions."
When Ilg found the $28,109.60 in credit card charges for the night of pleasure that he could not even remember, he demanded a full refund.
"There is no obligation on Hustler Club to protect the complainant of the results of his voluntary intoxication," Mendez wrote in a recent decision.
The judge also rejected another lawsuit filed by Ilg alleging that the club lacked the proper liquor license. In this lawsuit, Ilg accused the club of mixing his drink with cocaine and alcohol the night he was ransacked, according to court documents.